Add them to your playlist, the best remixes from the past seven days.
Oscar – Breaking My Phone ft. GIRLI
GIRLI has hopped on this new version of “Breaking My Phone” which featured on Oscar’s brilliant Cut and Paste LP. The record was heralded by everyone from the Guardian to Wonderland and its release was followed by an appearance from Oscar at every decent festival up and down the country.
Jake Bugg – Bitter Salt (Fred Falke Remix)
Lifted from his recent On My One LP, Fred Falke has transformed Jake Bugg’s “Bitter Salt”. With a pounding four to the floor beat, this is far from the usual territory of the Nottingham lad. Bugg is set to embark on a 13 date tour of the UK this autumn.
So Below – Far (Become Remix)
New Zealand's queen of goth pop, So Below (a.k.a Madeline North) has shared a remix of her latest single "Far" by Los Angeles/Paris EXGF Collective, Become. This is pop music made for the night-time. So Below’s self-titled EP is out now.
Cherryade – The Crown (Jonas LR Remix)
Cherryade are a pop band that takes no prisoners – dubbed “pop’s latest punks” the band’s music is defiant and colourful. Leeds’ Jonas LR has added his glitchy magic to their second track “The Crown”.
Blossoms – Charlemagne (Lindstrøm Remix)
Lindstrøm has reworked Blossoms’ latest “Charlemagne”, transforming the track into 6 minutes of glorious pulsating disco.
Parquet Courts – Performing Human (Eaters Mix)
The title track from Parquet Courts’ latest LP has been given an industrial facelift by Easters. The remix is available on the upcoming Performing Human 12″ single. Parquet Courts are touring all over Europe this autumn including dates in Manchester, London and Brighton.
Allie X – All The Rage (Cahill Remix)
Toronto-born, LA-based Allie X, who has been churning out incredible pop track after incredible track, has let Cahill loose on “All The Rage” which features on her CollXtion II Unsolved project.
Michael Kiwanuka – Love & Hate (Leon Vynehall Love rework)
The Leon Vynehall’s deep house remix of Michael Kiwankuka’s “Love & Hate” is phenomenally potent stuff. The Danger Mouse produced Love & Hate is out now and was shortlisted for The 2016 Hyundai Mercury Prize ‘Albums of the Year